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Hi we lived at #10 Asiga Lane from 1964 to1969. I'm sorry to hear that it isn't there anymore. My dad, Al Dwyer, went back some years ago told me that the coconut we planted in the side yard had grown as tall as the house. I was about 6 when we left.
...hola! Si quieres que Panoramio siga operativo, te invito a FIRMAR; es muy fácil!!
Rodger Springsteen eu queria porque esta ilha e cheia de pedras redondas com furo no meio OLD BEAR CAMPO MOURAO PR BRASIL 18 09 13 obrigado .
I remember when it was at the Marine Barracks. It was a mess in '56.
I was there in 63-64 and witnessed the hospital being built. Workers prolonged the building by mistakenly starting to fill the elevator shaft. It was a superb facility when first built, especially given the horrible one it replaced. Nothing lasts forever!
I´m elementary school teacher - and I like the imagination of teaching there ...! ;-) Greetings from Duisburg / Germany! Andreas
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very nice shot kristine
....greetings frm egypt
I also was stationed in Guam in the early 70's during the time when the last Japanese soldier was captured. A friend of mine was in the Hospital when they brought him in. I was stationed in Drydock Div.and worked aboard the USS Richland AFDM-8